Posted by Adam | Jul 26, 2011 | Comments 0
Indie developer Underplot Apps today introduces Pew! Pew! Starblast 1.0, their new voice-activated space shooter for iOS devices. Pew! Pew! Starblast gives the player the opportunity to control the game’s space ship by tilting the device and by producing his/her own sounds like “pew!” or “bang!” to fire the ship’s laser gun. The gameplay features a balanced combination of voice control, using the iPhone’s accelerometer and a system of in-game bonuses like automatic gun and power-ups.
Posted by Adam | Jul 11, 2011 | Comments 0
California based CalamitySoft today introduces Fljott 1.0 for iOS devices, its first foray into game development. Fljott is a vibrant side scrolling platformer with a unique twist. The game is completely controlled by the human voice, adding a fresh layer of immersion to a longstanding and beloved genre. Players will engage in a thrilling, high-speed chase across rooftops to a groovy funk soundtrack while racking up as many combo points as they can. It’s old school fun with new school style.
Posted by Press Releases | Sep 17, 2010 | Comments 0
Middlesex, United Kingdom – Announcing Fraga-Games Ltd., the developer of Kickin’ Fraga, is proud to launch a unique, new product for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. Developed to work universally on all three iDevices, Kickin’ Fraga is the world’s first fully GPS controlled game app. The application’s avatar moves only when the user does, working solely by a change in the user’s physical location within a designated area. That means fun and exercise as a user runs around to play the game and progress the avatar. Kickin’ Fraga is only the first release in a planned series of GPS positional games from fraga-games.
Posted by Press Releases | Aug 08, 2010 | Comments 0
Tacoma, Washington – Logic Consulting today is proud to announce the release and immediate availability of Gyro Air Drums 1.0, a virtual drum set simulator for the iPhone 4. Gyro Air Drums is a first of its kind app, taking advantage of the iPhone 4’s vibrational gyroscope sensor to put the player in the center of a virtual drum set.
Posted by Mary Ann Neder | May 17, 2010 | Comments 0
BreakfastNY.com have made this video showing a modified blimp being flown with an iPad, using a custom software that connects it to a built-in computer. The blimp also has a front-camera which displays what it sees on the iPad’s display. Go to iPadmodo to watch the video.